Yep. There’s an undoubtedly something about Co-op auctions that sees shirts for for way above their market value, which is obviously great. It’s all about raising money. That black Tommy Rowe shirt that went recently for example is worth £50, at most. It went for £100 because the Co-op auctioned it.
If I’d have kept that Ash Williams shirt I’d have been selling it for about £120. As a Co-op auction, I’d expect it go for £200+ without much effort. To accept £30 for it is, as I’ve said before, woeful. I almost feel like asking for a refund.